Delay Line Memory is a fully improvised audio-visual interplay between man and machine, in an attempt to find a common language in electronic sound, rhythm and colour.
As electronic sounds enter a 2-dimensional delay line and are visualised as blocks of pixels, these reveal patterns that are not always recognisable through hearing alone.
DLM was conceived by Bas van Koolwijk and is performed either solo or in combination with drums.

Live performances:
nov 2 2016, with Gert-Jan Prins (drums), InScience Festival, LUX, Nijmegen NL
sep 9 2016, Van Koolwijk solo, GOGBOT Festival, Enschede NL
apr 6 2016, with Gert-Jan Prins (drums), Semaine Digital, Bordeaux FR
feb 11 2016, Van Koolwijk solo, TEC-ART, WORM, Rotterdam NL
oct 8 2015, with Gert-Jan Prins (drums), RIXC Festival, Spikeri Concert Hall, Riga LV
feb 26 2015, with Gert-Jan Prins (drums), Sonic Acts, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam NL
jan 24 2015, with Onno Govaert (drums), Mind The Gap Nights/IFFR, WORM, Rotterdam NL
sep 11 2014, Van Koolwijk solo, GOGBOT Festival, Atak, Enschede NL

DLM videos:
electronics & visuals: Bas van Koolwijk, drums: Gert-Jan Prins

DLM2 DLM at RIXC Festival 2015, Riga LV bookings: